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Cabal Oommisaioner. [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

Cabal Oommisaioner. T jkoKTKOsa, Nov: 19tb,..IBS5. Messrs RK*t»andFRAZiKa—I was present at the meeting of the Republican Stale ConV mittee at Hatjrisburgi when Mr. Nicholson Was nominated for Cajial Commissioner. Judge^Jessnji was repeatedly urgett*by different members of ihe Comniittee, in my presence,to accept the nomination afterwards given to Mr. JNicholson; but he uniformily refused to be ft cajididate, and it is my belicl that be did nut desire and 'would not undei any circumstances have accepted the nomiinatipn. Yours tru!j% " ' ! " Sah. F. Carmalt.

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
- ' For the Independent' Republican.. The Agriciltural Society- [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

- ' For the Independent' Republican. . The Agriciltural Society- Messes. Eorrons:—As your paper has l»ecome the medium through which "Justice," and some othjer citizens of the County, have expressed their views in relation to the Fuir, I propose turning over the leaf and offering a few words bn the same subject. It is a fact which cannot Ve disguised, that a large portion of the citizens of our County are riot well ploised wilh the general management and course of policy pursued by the Society. It s becoming more apparent every year that the citizens of Bridgewate-, and those,living within a few .miles of the place of holding, thb rair, are, with uw exceptions, the only persons benefited by-it—that.'is, if the awarding! of Premiums, and the Newspaper puffing that follows, are to be taken into the account. [ If not. it had better be dispensed with, j . Tho«i> who reside so .near that it requires but little tiiiic or expense to exhibit their productions will frequently ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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.1 _: . - letter to Judge Wilmot [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

.1 _: . - letter to Judge Wilmot The outrageous, disgraceful, andr wluJlly unwarranted attack upon Judge Wilmot by E. B: "Chase'in the last Mon/rose Democrat has called! out the following litter to the Judge frojri the members of the bar in ilt*< county: -J ' . j ' Montrose, Krov. 19, 1853. i ! IIos. JDavio Wilm t—Z>ircir Sir : We \ ¦ I ¦ ¦ ' hare seeii; with feelings of deep regret, in the ! Montrose\Dcmocrat of the 15th inst. a n ost grossly, libellous article upon you; We arp ourselves witnesses of its falsity in many particulars, and wc intend this't.iut! a< an expression of onr.confidence both in you as a .maij and in your entire integrity sla a Judge. In our practice befiire you since you have been upon the Bench, we have n^ver known a base in which we supposed you were influenced in the. least by any political consideration. " I . With (assurances of our high regard, j '¦•!:• Truly Yours. B. T. Case, \ . Wm. Jessup, L_,F.jFitch. . A^ ChamberlLn, H...

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F0REI05HEW8 [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

F0REI05HEW8 We have nfcws fjrorn Europe one w_tek later, by the arj-ivn!,jat NcwyorkofJoenteam-. ship Pacific^!JlTie L^Hidcjh'TinieS; continues its warlike arj^Ufs|3gjiirisi the United States, and has mannped to create an extiraoidinary excitement in:England, so that it was rumored that an actuarHipture had taken plsco he^ tween the twrt cou itriea. and that the American minister Was i ifwrnt to leave. Thelatter report is cpntrndi.c ediby Mr. Buchanan him! self. When | he a Heel fleets withdrew from! Odessa, the most of the Russian troops there were tnarchecf back to Nicholnieff, and the fugitive inhabitants retorned. The liners of the'fleet at Kjiilmni h;ad left there to make a rcconnai___*aiiebof Cherson. The fort and towrr of Kluliurn were still occupied by 15,000 nP lied twps. [The allied gun-boats have been; up the Bugtb make a reconnaissance. General Codringtion has been appointed . commander of thb. Bri ish; forces in the Crimea.—^ A belief prevailed'that the Russians m...

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Panic in England. [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

Panic in England. When the. [Pacific left, the most extraordinary excitement prevailed throughout England, rtmoutjtiiig to almost, a panic, on the subject of [War with the United S'rttes. : ., The Loiidon ^'imcs, in a series of mali«iious editorials, ptarteld tbembject, which exagger--hted by ilits provincial press, speedily obtained such d:imen>io!is thai extras were issued aiiiioune'uig that the Anurij-au Minister!,had dcinaiidedthis pasports-General astoiiisjiment and regret were: excited by j his luinoiiiiccmcnt, and energetic protests were made against the government forcing the coin try into a. dangerous-war.. Our Liverpool agent telegraphed to ; Mr. Buchanan^ who promptly and .courteously sent him j the' following e'xplict "contradiction: .' ' I '."'•'• ''' , . Lox&ok, Friday Night, Nov. 2,1855. "It is ijot trije that the American Minister has i)t:maiided 1 is pjissjiorts from ttie.Bifitish govenimi'iit, and there is no foundation for sU.-h-a report." '...

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Waxlike Character of the Americana, ¦.. [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

Waxlike Character of the Americana, ¦ . . TheEarLbf Eli<smere hasbeen lectiltfing at Manch|ster«on the Easte.nt war. _ of?his op^ni on^ touching that maUeriwe d«>:)tiotfpro-. pose to speak; but there isai>uiglbi,'reittark dropped'""incidentally, in the pnigressof his discourse, which is wi»rtb noticlng.tfln allnding to the martial spirit aiid'capabilitibs of the leading riatioiis, the noble Lord said t " Russia Proper is not a warlike 'nation—and the Rus.sians themselves: have not tile turn for war. 1 am Tot now speaking of the jCossacks and the Tartars, people.who live on horseback, aud may be itieluded in her do* niinio!:s; but the inhabitants of the spfid eir^ p|re c>f Russia are] very averse to military slrvice, and I think, if left to themselves, by tBeir owp. consent the Emperor would not g^in a single militflry*volunteer ninongtheiii, if|ihe system of enlistment were the same as in England. But ;a nation to bo military need not be warlike in ...

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How a Slave tried to Escape and Could'nt. [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

How a Slave tried to Escape and Could'nt. The Louisville Courier tells this story with a relish v Bjii; thr. slave; property belonging ' to one ofour citizens, mjailu his escape from jail scvt-ral weeks ago. i He was captured and yesterday returned to the.city. His. account of his adventures iri search of freedom, and thatof his captors in search of the. fugitive, partake somewhat of romance. ; lie says that he crossed the river at the saw mills, and.immediately''took the line of the; Jefferson Railroad. In .'the neighborhood of - Vienna, some Hoosiers discovered him and immediately gave chase. Thiy.after a long run, succeeded in capturing: hiui, but he escaped from, them soon. At a subsequent period ho was again seen and had to undergo another chase' Be. ing mounted on a stolen horse, his pursuers, soon found that he. would distance them:—. Accordingly they fired.killing tliehcirse. Undaunted, he kept ahead, and dogs were set upop him; but he lmflled all pursuit until weari...

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The British, Fleet—Hicaragua Affairs.. - wr . »* ¦ ... [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

The British, Fleet—Hicaragua Affairs. . - wr . »* ¦ ... • .- ^ WASHINGTON, j>ov. IU. The Secrctiry of the Navy withheld his iiistrin-tions to Cnmmodnro Paulding, until the arrival of this .Pacifier,', hnd it is now iriir 'derstood that in consequence of official intelligence from England, n&urii'c' oiir government that the despatch of the British fleet to the West Iiidia station has no reference to Central American .matters nor any object hostile to the .United. States'. °'tly prie vessel o.f theJIoiiie^Squadron will proceed to Nicaragua, viz: the flag ship, the Potomac, with Commodore Paulding, in charge of the general interests of the United States in; that quarter.' .,-.., , J SoMBTHtsto of a Cons Cuop.—George* W: Wellsyof Mason county,. Ky., has a twenty' acre field "of otrn whicfh promises, fromwhat luis been gathered, a yield of one hundred and eighty bushels, (ears) per acre. , But the" fuiiny part of the story is that he did riot intend to make such a ...

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Fnghtfnl Railroad Aociient [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

Fnghtfnl Railroad Aociient Tdn_ Persons Killed—An Entire Train ]J^: % Blown off the Track. ¦' ¦ ¦ Jj On Mf^day evening the Express train on the Harlem liailroad, which left. Albany at 4,1-2 o'clock,' reached Gopake^. when about inidway'betwccn there and Boston Corners, was blown oft*the track] by a violent gust of wind and precipitated down an embankment some th'uy-fivtt feet, performing a complete somerset, |ernr,H,hing the cars and killing two persons instantly and injuring several .others. • .- / ¦ The Curtductor,Mr. While, as soon as'the accident occurred, sent the engine, which fortunately hijid not been thrown off, u-Miller, ton for. soiiic Cam, arid the killed and injured were placea therein and brought to the Citv; where they arrived at about 5 1-2 o'clock this morning. . . ...: * The killed are Mr.; Rathbone, a paper man-: ufiU'turerat B>>ston 0»rners, and—rGuylord, n brakenianvn the train. An acci lent of this kind has never before occurred in this coun...

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'¦¦ ojetting it up Pretty Bteep. [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

'¦¦ ojetting it up Pretty Bteep. 1 lie triumphant democracy ot ijcorgia had a great meeting at Milledgeville a few eve-, nings sinije-!—Gov. Howell Cobb in the chair, Alex. Ill Stephens chief speaker—aW re-' solved toj.elcet twenty delegates to the National Deinocratic Convcrifiou to nh>et in Cineiniratji next May for the .nomination of candidates for the Priwidency'Shd VieL' -Presidir'ney. j In continuation, they Ilesolved, That our delegates- to said con-, vention bught, in our opinion, to be instructr ed by those, who shall appoint them to insist upon the! adoption of a platform-qf principles' as'the basis of a national organization, prior co the nomination of candidates, arid that said platform shall, among other things, include in Substance the following propewitions : •• Firii: The recognition and adoption of the principles established in! the Kansas-Nebraska a|ct. " S.cond: That neither tfio Missouri Com proinisejjio.r any other AntHslavery restriction shall he...

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Renuhlican National Organization- [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

Renuhlican National Organization- 1 To the Editor of the M Y. Tribune. 4 Sir':—It must be evident to every one thit a national organization of the Republican party is de>iraiilr at. the. earliest day practicable! Such an :«>rganjzation is desirable to conccijtrate e(F>rt and give permanency and stability to the movement which seeks to combine-the eff>>rts of tlnise who are seeking to 'provent the eatensifin qf Slavery. The first step "toward such-' ail organization is'evidently! the formation pf a national Republican oiuhniittee."' Tb reach this object in the mm*, convenient'.way., permit me "to "suggest" toHt; by coiiu.ion con<cnt of the press and all interested, the chairman of each State cpmtnittee be considered ex-oj/ieio n member of tbe National.commiitep for his State." Is lbf« any more practicable.or'convenient plan una this? arid what- objection1 exists to' its ndo^ tion V The State Central committee of 0U» are about to corresp...

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The Republican Press [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

The Republican Press TheRepublican Association of Washington City being desirous of procuring as speedily as possible u complete list bfall papers aMvc> eating or favorable to;the Republican Party, for publication, arid: for the purpose of forwarding them desirable political information and documents from this important point daring the next session of Congress and Presidential campaign, earnestly rejouesttheeditor* of all such, to mail, us qiio number of their paper addressed to"u ' Facts for the Penvlf," Washington Citv.; !'. . '- DANIEL R.GOODLQE. m^cLEPHANE. .;.¦-•;. . Committee of Republican. Association. Thk Kan zas Congressional Diixoate.-In view of the irregular - manner in khici bi|ib..Reeder::and;,,^.hitfio.Id;:^ve.:beW'elMir ed jo Cpngress front Kansas, the...Journal of Cbmmerfie proposes thatyjhe jtouaa of .Bep1 resentatives should rejectlhem both, and saw thelelectioh back \to the bona fide eitlzons of tiie Territory. i-This is a fair looking proposition,...

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Agricultural Society- [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

Agricultural Society- We have recently given place "to several communications,'"cenYeting somewhat severely on the riiahagement ,p( the Susquehanna [County Agricultural Society. Without deciding on the merits of the matter in tjontrojvtrsy,.we are willing to lay any suggestions jjfor the improvement of the usefulnessl.of the |!S'»cietv, or of'its manner of operation, jbefore-' !tour readers, i The Society has, we believe, [done good, mid it is quite: possible that it iinight bo .so'managed as to "do much; more llf those farmers who are dissatisfied with its imanagement'and who still take an interest in t i , - ; its; success 'would join the Society and bccomo active incmiiers, they could prbbably j shape'its course *o as better to suit their | own' views. vjSiicha society is no place for {monopoly or, favoritism, and if, as some of our correspondents suggest, anything; Of the kind exists, it behooves the complainants to j ferret out. US: evil lo its origin, and apply a 1 corre...

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. .. ^u. Court Proceedings- [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

. . . ^u. Court Proceedings- [On motion of William Jessup Esq., t. Judsou Richardiion was admitted an attorney to practice in the severalCourtsof Susquehanna County. L ;-'. .¦ " I On motion of B. S. Bentloy Esq., Albert Bushnell was admitted to practice in the several Courts of Susquehanna County, j | Commonwealth vs. Samuel Brotzman.—Indictment fort nuisance in high v. ay. \rerdict, guilty.;- Sentenced to pay a fine of one dollar with costs of prosecution, and stand committed till sentence is complied with.' . J Commonwealth vs. William Houghton.—¦ Indictment for keeping a tippling house. Jury find the defendant guilty. Sentenced to pay a fine of thirty dollars, pay lheicosts' of pj-osecution,; and stand committed j till this sentence be complied with—land defendant directed to enter into a recognizance to keep the peace &fc. for otic year, in $200.! i Kansas i Cosstitctional Convention.— Thw b«dy has been sitting for some time pjaxt at Topeka. It is composed of Rel...

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'.,! . 1 Hew York Election- 1 [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

'.,! . 1 Hew York Election- 1 ! Tne 2V(6tme gives the Aggregate vote, on ; Secretary of State as; folloVf-s: Joelj T Head^ j ieyvAinettican, 140,001 ; Preston |Kingv Re-| publican, il 35,003;' I.'| T. Hatch, |Soft, 00, 518;. Aaron Ward, Hard, 58,394.1 Headley | over King 10,039. Joint Dem. oyer Headley, 2,91 lji The average American plurality over the Republican vote ou the whole ticket is considerably less than 10,000. i - i [ ' [ { 3^ The new and handsome brick block, built by Ijiewrs. M.S.! Wilson, Bentley and Read, h.\%\ Turre!, and ^Ifred Baldwin, o» bpnear the rite- wherje the stores of these i jent!eroeh were desti|oy^d .by^fire; is fast ' advancing towards completion, j The new I buildings are all built united and uniform, '; and they jwilt add much to,the appearance of i the towni and by their material render it less ! liable to be dsatroyed by fire in future. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

ji)fte[)eogeot_gej)qbHe^i(,.| 88ARI.W T. KXAtl ANP tB. B- yKAPKR, XniTORS MflNTRttSEi PA. ,; | ^ • • '

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' - ' .-'.:;'HEME.'. ';'"{' .-V* '.rv'- [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

' - ' .-'.:;'HEME.'. ';'"{' .-V* '.rv'- " ..[.The celebrated Madame Alborii U mining «mmen*ely in size and repiitaiiari.— X distii'gntaied literary lady recently, stjd "f her that she gave her the idea of .in elephant. thatnad swallowed, a nightingale . ISistv Scotch girls re cntlv arrived in Bostoti imported'to work in the factories.— Xhe Bbston papers say they arc all lidybon-„v lastics. '-- xi : - fThc whole amount of taxable proper--iv "in Philadelphia is estimated by the city Smmissioners ^ at 1162,734,352. ,. , I Everybody in Iowa has been builcjitig corn-cribs this year. The supply of corn is ^""fjj'Spotsylvania county, Va., land has beenkeVy sold'at thirty cents j... acre. A large form would cost thirty dollars. ...[.Inthcchris.mn world there are oije hundred and seventy million* of Roman -rutholics, ninety «,iI«sn*of prot.^tanw, and sixty millibnsofthc Greek church. .-- ? Several weeks hive now elapsed since «_:' jvinrhoster .ascended in a balloon a* Nerwslk, Huron ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

.-/V" |: Buffalo Bobjes. A CHOICE lot Buffalo Bobes just received sad will he *oljf at a low figure by j -'H. BLTRHr.j Nek Milford Nov. 18M. | . -•¦¦'¦''|L '¦'{, ¦ ...^-i- : f— -rr——-• v _• ' Shnwls nnd FHata".'' •••'•¦ . r-' ,-A LARGE and splendid lot of -shawls "and bats exiiaded to-moiTOir at oar store: ' f J. LYONS ASON. ".' \. Military Noli-ie. IN pursuance of orders of the --Idjutant General, to ib« directed, notice; is hereby given to the Captains pf the several Military Companies of Susquehanna coijn'ty, that Uiey are required to report to me the names IdY all persons who have done d ity in their companies, who arc now under die age of forty-five years;! Said report to be made as: soon as po'sible. The several Captains in the different townships will please* conjult together, with their rolls, and perfect their report , ASA SPICER. j! Brigade Inspector fst Brig. 10th Div. P. M. Inspector's office, Harford, Nov; 1, 1886. 43w3 || Look to your Deeds. AJl.iho.-e who have had...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

\- ¦• ' -'MARETED. I .- | -. !¦ " Monday, Nor. iqtb, by Rev. H.U. Rilev; Mr. Rsrbkn F. Riko, jr.,Jiiid Miss HfljInIM. Nicrrhbon," both of Biwklvn:';.' = | ¦ '-' . - '[;¦ 0 ,'i ' - .': ;. '.DIED- .1' j • lit pranada, Nicaragua, Oct: 22d, William f)c-Bois, f.dn of 4. DuBois,.Esq., pf Great Bend, Pa., aged 3n|years. I !, . .] The|d!?ceased| was retmning home from the Oregon gold niiije^, wbtsre he- had. been staying for over (wo years pnjs?: He! was at Virgin Bay. Nicar.-igun, when the mhtderonj {attack was made ujpon lhe>rctuniing California passengers by the government fcjirces f.joni Riras.ibjit escaped nnhnit. On the pafsjige of (tie; Lake Sti-amer fjoni Virgin Bay (o)Gransclii, he was seized .with" thyj Cholei-a, and died the ni-il daV in the hofp|ital nt'tfi^.lat'ler p'acc. Tvio k'iiid f.-ifow passcngirs,; straupers, attended him constantly during his sickness,! rendering all the aid in their p'jwe'r"; brie!of whom isuhsequ'ently.bore the.sad intelligence toihis afflicte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 22 November 1855

¦J- ' .HOIKS. ' ¦ j. . TWE copartnerslilp bcretofore exbttng under tbe X name of Wickbaw * Boafbrd .is thij day dia-EOlskd by ujutual consent. [The notes and accounts »r^ In the haiitla of A.WlfcVbam f.ir imtitniuUe col- i lc*tt>n. ; A.VflCKHAM. j .T! .-..-,.-' [ J. HOSFORD. FUend-svUfe, Oct. 18,18« : 1 -. . Pi S. The subscriber wiuld $ay to the WhUe that j he lias just received a general assortment l>f Fall and Winter Goods, which be offers for »al» t' eri toit for I cash; or produce. ¦ .; J. UOSFORD. i FtiencUvilU, Nov. 8, 1855. i. 44w6 i Palnnm's ^loathly. | - NOVEMBER. ! COSTEK18 OF KO. XXXV. Tiie United States Coast Survey. November. Benito Cereno, (continued.) . ; .TJie Mariners. j ' Hl'nrr Meine—a letter W a friend in Park PUce. . The Virginia Rprings, in 12 chapters, j ' " The nense of Sight in Birds.! ' | m . ¦ ! ¦ I--. Nptcj In Syria. { J Lite among the Mormons, (cbntinued.) Living in the Country. ' '• - The London Post-office. ' Cbastillou. s , AJNight n...

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